The Process of Sharing Team Leadership : A Study of Key Leadership Behaviors and Who Exhibits Them

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Using a manufacturing setting that is organized into self-managed teams, the current study identified and measured key leadership behaviors within the teams. Questions that were asked include: are some team leadership behaviors more critical to a team's level of functioning than other behaviors? and do successful self-managed teams rely on formal leadership to a lesser extent than members of less successful teams? These questions were asked in the context of leadership as a process, not an individual.

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Horner, Melissa A. (Melissa Amy) December 1997.

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Using a manufacturing setting that is organized into self-managed teams, the current study identified and measured key leadership behaviors within the teams. Questions that were asked include: are some team leadership behaviors more critical to a team's level of functioning than other behaviors? and do successful self-managed teams rely on formal leadership to a lesser extent than members of less successful teams? These questions were asked in the context of leadership as a process, not an individual.

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Horner, Melissa A. (Melissa Amy). The Process of Sharing Team Leadership : A Study of Key Leadership Behaviors and Who Exhibits Them, dissertation, December 1997; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc278903/: accessed May 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .